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Media luminary joins Clydesdale Bank


Neville Reyner CBE DL, Chairman of Hertfordshire Chamber of Commerce & Industry and Exemplas Holdings Ltd, has joined Clydesdale Bank's Financial Solutions Centre (FSC) in St Albans as non-executive chairman.

The bank's specialist business banking centre offers a wide range of services to local businesses and Reyner's acumen and extensive experience will add significant value for FSC staff and clients alike.

Paul Grace, managing partner of Clydesdale Bank's FSC in St Albans comments:

"Clydesdale Bank's approach of appointing Chairs to its FSC network is unique in the banking sector. As well as providing invaluable local business knowledge and networking contacts, many act as business mentors to senior FSC staff.

"Neville is one of the most recognisable and respected figures in the Hertfordshire business community. His experience and insight will prove invaluable both to our own growth plans and those of our clients, and we welcome Neville to our local and national team".

Reyner was UK Executive VP of Mitsubishi Electric Europe, responsible for turnover of £250m until 1998. During his time at Mitsubishi he took Mitsubishi Semiconductor in the UK and Ireland from start-up to over £150m.

Commenting on his appointment Neville Reyner says:

"I am delighted to be part of this exciting concept in business and private banking. Clydesdale Bank wants to connect people, give its customers access to the best advice and work with them to grow their businesses. I look forward to helping Paul and his team provide real value to our customers throughout St Albans and Hertfordshire".


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